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United Kingdom Government indefinitely extends British companies using the European CE mark

15 September 2023

The United Kingdom Business and Trade Department recently announced that it will indefinitely accept the use of the European Union CE mark, following the 2020 creation of the UKCA (UK Conformity Assessed) mark, which aimed to replace the European trademark as an indication of certain products’ conformity marketed in the United Kingdom.

This way, British companies will be able to continue using the European mark from December 2024, the deadline initially established for the UKCA trademark to exclusively enter into force.

You can find more information on this from the UK Government press release.

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